Visibility of risk allows for more informed business decisions
Cyber threat intelligence is what cyber threat information becomes once it has been collected, evaluated in the context of its source and reliability, and analysed through rigorous and structured tradecraft techniques by those with substantive expertise and access to all-source information.
Rather than being developed in an end-to-end process, the development of intelligence is a circular process, referred to as the intelligence cycle as demonstrated below:
Cyber Security Threat Intelligence can assist decision makers in determining acceptable business risks, developing controls and budgets, in making equipment and staffing decisions (strategic intelligence), provide insights that guide and support incident response and post-incident activities (operational/technical intelligence), and advance the use of indicators by validating, prioritizing, specifying the length of time an indicator is valid (tactical intelligence).
Elmore partners with industry focused Threat Intelligence firms with deep insight into specific industries cyber security threats and are able to advise on a range of security and cyber threats.